“There is also equally transcendent sound design – the sense of place, the blurring of all other noise apart from each other, and a beautiful orchestral score that is more than a match for Moonlight’s.” – The Mirror
Lewis Knight at The Mirror reviews Barry Jenkins’ period film, If Beale Street Could Talk. Together with the sound design and score by Nicholas Britell, Knight describes the film as “transcendent” and “visually stunning.” Read the full review now at The Mirror online. We may be biased, but we wholeheartedly agree. Have you seen If Beale Street Could Talk yet?
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